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post #1 of 18 Old 01-24-2020, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Question HS928 Transmission Issues

Hi, I have a 2002 HS928. Started having issues with it not going in reverse. As has been commented in many other threads the drive pin was sheared off. Bought the full replacement kit and everything went back in fine. Sadly the machine wonít move forward or in reverse now. New belts also put on and hydrostatic fluid checked. Wondering if anyone knows of anything else that could still be causing this problem?
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Track or wheeled?

If its track then check the play between part # 22 and 3, if they are new then they shouldnt have play but if they are old then part # 3 might be worn causing it to slip inside the gear.

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Itís tracked and yes those parts are new.
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Silly question but did you make sure you moved the transmission to "engaged" by the foot pedal?

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Yes have double checked that itís in engaged.
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Is the output shaft on the hydro trans spinning when you engage the drive?

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Is the output shaft on the hydro trans spinning when you engage the drive?

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good question.

if it doesn't then perhaps he has an air bubble in hydrostatic tranny. easy to bleed .

also, is the F/R cable connected to directional arm on the tranny and is it moving that arm?

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I was wondering about that. I haven't gotten to own a hydrostatic machine (yet!), but I've heard about air bubbles causing issue with no-movement, and needing to be bled before they'll move properly.

At least for some machines, I think I've heard about a process like cycling a few times from full-forward to full-backwards speed?

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